EnergyEcoLab will participate in a two-days workshop on energy economics on October 10 and 11 in Toulouse, hosted by the Toulouse School of Economics. Natalia Fabra will be chairing the wednesday session, and several presentations will be given by collaborators and past visitors of EnergyEcoLab:
- David Andrés-Cerezo – “Renewable Energy and Storage: Friends or Foes?”
- Clément Leblanc – “Designing Contracts for Renewables: An Incentive-Risk trade-off”
- Gerard Llobet – “Fossil Fuels and Renewable Energy: Mix or Match?”
- Mateus Souza – “The Tragedy of the Common Heating Bill”
Other presentations include:
- Matti Liski – “Pigouvian Income Taxation”
- Graham Macklin – “Optimal Subsidies for Intermittent Renewable Energy”
- Elise Viadere – “Do energy communities foster demand-side flexibility? Evidence from a Belgian pilot project”
- Dongchen He – “Investment in flexibility and reserve markets”
- Claude Crampes – “Assistance to electricity consumers with price misperception”
- Iivo Vehvilainen – “Climate policy and asset values. Evidence from microdata on car purchases”
- Leticia Pieraerts – “The architecture of electricity day-ahead markets and incentives for flexibility provision”
- Bert Willems – “Auction with precommitment”
The full program is available here.
N.B.: Participation is by invitation only.